IMO Update: Assembly 32

The 32nd session of the IMO Assembly (A 32), the highest governing body of the IMO, was held remotely from 6 to 15 December 2021. The Assembly elected 40 member states for the Council for the next biennium, added the human element as a new strategic direction for the IMO, and adopted updated port state guidelines and harmonized survey guidelines.

International Ship Engineering Service (ISES) Association Supporting Partner of the The Future of Maritime Solutions Summit

Wisdom is back with its physical events and has proudly announced the Future of Maritime Solutions Summit to be held on 23 – 24 March 2022 at Gdansk, Poland. The event will welcome some of the most important names in the industry to discuss the maritime community’s efforts to achieve a carbon-neutral future. It also features an exclusive site visit to the Port of Gdansk Authority on 22 March 2022.

Garant Safety UAB – New member in Lithuania

Garant is a Group of Companies and for more than 30 years their Safety & Firefighting division has been assisting vessel managers and owners to meet all safety requirements on time and around the globe.  They service a complete safety portfolio including lifeboats & davits, lifercafts, fire protection systems and personal lifesaving equipment according to SOLAS and IMO requirements.

The World Maritime Theme for 2021, «Seafarers: at the core of shipping’s future»

IMO has chosen to make 2021 a year of action for seafarers, who are facing unprecedented hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, despite their vital role as key workers for global supply chains.
The World Maritime Theme for 2021, «Seafarers: at the core of shipping’s future» seeks to increase the visibility of seafarers by drawing attention to the invaluable role they play now and will continue to play in the future. 

Navigating Obstacles Now to Implement Efficient IoT Systems in Next-Gen Newbuild and Retrofitted Fleets

Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and data analysis can help operators to make their fleet connected, more efficient and cheaper to run. In the past decade, as technology has matured, the adoption of IoT capabilities and applications within the maritime and aviation industries has been growing. IoT has the capability to transform these industries, as it allows operators to make their fleet more fuel efficient, incorporate predictive maintenance and guarantee crew and passenger safety and welfare.